Total selects Honeywell UOP technology
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
Honeywell has announced that Total will use Honeywell UOP Ecofining™ process technology to produce renewable fuels, primarily for the aviation industry, at its Grandpuits zero-crude platform at Seine-et-Marne in north central France.
Honeywell UOP will provide technology licenses, basic engineering, specialty equipment and catalysts for the project. Once completed, the bio-refinery will process 400 000 tpy of feed, producing up to 170 000 t of sustainable aviation fuel, 120 000 t of renewable diesel, and 50 000 t of renewable naphtha for production of bioplastics.
"Total chose UOP's Ecofining process to increase its renewable jet fuels production in France," said Ben Owens, Vice President and General Manager of Honeywell's Sustainable Technology Solutions business. "UOP's Ecofining process will help Total to convert its Grandpuits refinery into a zero-crude platform that supports government plans to develop fossil fuel substitutes and achieve carbon neutrality." According to the French Ministry for Ecological Transition, the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels is one of the government top priorities and part of its broader national commitment to address climate change. Earlier this year, France announced plans to replace 2% of its fossil-based jet fuel with sustainable aviation fuels by 2025, rising to 5% by 2030 and to 50% by 2050.
Honeywell pioneered the sustainable aviation fuel market with its UOP Ecofining process. Honeywell Green Jet Fuel™ produced by this process is blended seamlessly with petroleum-based jet fuel at commercial scale. When used in up to a 50% blend with petroleum-based jet fuel, Honeywell Green Jet Fuel requires no changes to aircraft technology and meets all critical specifications for flight.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/16112020/total-selects-honeywell-uop-technology/
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